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Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov acknowledged on Wednesday that Russia was facing difficulties in the war in Ukraine and called German Chancellor Olaf Scholz “schizophrenic.”
Kadyrov criticized German Chancellor Olaf Scholz for “behaving like a schizophrenic” and not as head of state.
He further added that Russia was at war with NATO and not with Ukraine, noting that NATO and the West were arming Ukraine.
“Today, we are not fighting against the Ukrainians – we are fighting against NATO. “NATO and the West are equipping them, their mercenaries are there.”
“That’s why it is not easy for our country, but it is a very good experience. “We will prove once again that Russia cannot be defeated,” Kadyrov said.
He also praised the policy of Russian President Putin, saying that he always makes the right decisions.
“We are united by our President, his honesty, his true service to our country and our people. And not everyone immediately realizes that he is making the right decisions, but in the end, they prove to be right every time,” said the Chechen leader.